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far. the cheefr just briefing us not too long ago. authorities respond to this right around 2:00 this afternoon. when they got a call they found a man downstairs near an elevator apparently had been stabbed. upstairs in an apparent they found a woman who was pronounced dead. there were no noticeable signs of forced entry. there is probably a connection between the two stabbing victims. he says it does not appear to be a random act of violence and it looks like there is no concern for the community. take a listen to the chief. >> the investigation revealed that there was another victim in another apartment or an apartment suffering from a traumatic injury. that person was transported to a local hospital where she
omd to her injuries. >> reporter: the tow truck was brought in about five minutes ago. it appears that they're going to load one of these cars on possibly. i'm just speculating here that possibly it belonged to one of the victims or somehow is connected to the investigation. once again, authorities responding here right around 2:00 this afternoon. a 36-year-old female was found here and pronounced dead. a male also found here had been stabbed. that's at least what police believe at this point and we're told he is in surgery. matt ackland, fox 5 local news. >> tonight ten students are facing charges in juvenile court after several fights broke out at hd woodson high school yesterday. police say all of the students taken into custody are female. including one of punching a cup. >> muriel bowser is
the violence which is taking place in other parts of the city as well. paul wagner joins us now from northeast with that story. paul? >> reporter: we want to tell you right off the top that a spokesperson for dc public schools today told me that the incidents of violence and suspensions are down 25% in dc public schools so far this year when compared to last year. and to our knowledge there was no trouble here at hd woodson today. however, yesterday was a different story where one student is accused of bawling up her fists and punching a cop. several fights including this one captured on a cell phone broke out inside the school yesterday afternoon. as school resource officers tried to keep the peace. three police reports described the variety of what officers described as rowdy behavior as they moved the students toward the cafeteria. one report police say a female student used a closed fist to
punch a police officer. in a third report, police officers were called to the school to help and found several fights in progress. all of the violence taking place after 1:00 in the afternoon. none of the reports indicated anyone received any kind of first aid or transport to the hospital. earlier today we asked dc mayor muriel bowser about the violence at wood son and other dc schools. >> we certainly inspect other students wherever they are to come port themselves in a way that's going to be safe for themselves and their fellow students. so we know at our schools that we have just like any urban school district, we have the proper amount of security and we're working in concert with other agencies on safe passage. >> i understand you're working with parks and rec to do some of this intervention, is that
>> well, we always have. there's always intervention from our human services agencies to work with students or young people wherever they are. >> reporter: how concerned are you? there seems to be an uptick in violence. >> we've had a couple of incidents and we're always concerned about keeping kids safe. >> so you don't plan on doing anything additional at this point? >> of course. we always get ready for our summer months with our safer stronger initiative and we're doing that this summer too. >> reporter: earlier today a statement from dc public schools was fairly lengthy so i can't include the entire part of what they had to say, but we do want to show you a little bit of what they had to say. and let's put it on the screen right now. according to michele learner, a spokesperson for dc public schools says we will take appropriate disciplinary steps for i am kating students as well as looking structural changes including mediation with involved parties so that incidents do not happen again. we will put the full
on our website. >> new tonight, we are getting a look at video of a violent robbery near howard university. dc police released the video hoping that it helps them identify the suspects. you can see here a group surrounding the victim hitting and kicking him. this happened on march 20th in the 26000 block of georgia avenue. they got into an argument prior to the assault and robbery. if you know anything that could help solve this case, please contact dc police. >> former virginia governor bob mcdonnell had his day before the court. tom fitzgerald had a front row seat for those arguments and joins us from the u.s. supreme court. tom? >> reporter: good evening, sarah. it was not hard to miss these justices sent
signal today that bob mcdonnell may be very well way on his way to having his corruption conviction overturned. you remember back in 2014 he was found guilty in a federal trial in richmond. but today these justices express serious concern that the federal prosecutors may have even exceeded their power in charging mcdonnell with a crime in the first place. think back to that trial back in 2014, both bob and his wife maureen were convicked of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in luckstory gifts in exchange, prosecutors said, that mcdonnell let the governor's office to be used to promote his nutritional supplement company. the justices here today, they with
they suggested that prosecutors corruption charges were too broad. several questions letting a meeting occur or hosting a party actually constituted an official act by a governor. in particular the justice was very vocal on this today. he said if mcdonnell's conviction stood, almost everything a politician did or said could be labeled corruption. he added we are worried that prosecutors can be too over zealous and we need protection from that. all this was all over today, both the former governor and the attorney who will argue this case spoke to the media. >> the last 39 months i've never done anything that would the powers of my office. thank you for coming today. >> we fought this case on the beginning this was a charge that was just a bridge too far. we think our arguments came out well before the court today and we look forward to
decision. >> we should tell you that the federal prosecutor in the eastern district who brought these charges declined to speak after the hearing today. keep in mind, the former governor is facing two years in federal prison. he's been allowed to stay out while he's continued these appeals. if the court decides to overturn convictions, it will be up to the federal government to decide whether or not to try t case. we're expected to get a decision before this term ends at the end of june. tom fitzgerald, fox 5 local news. >> today a
cruz and kasich teaming up. >> donald trump in the district outlines his foreign policy plans and the name he says he's giving his policy if he's elected president. >> and danger in the cockpit. the federal aviation administration releasing new records showing a shocking number of pilots busted for flying while
>> and at one christian university, god and guns will soon go hand in hand. when some students in virginia will be allowed to have concealed handguns in school dorms. sue? >> how do you like these 30-degree temperature swings we get in late april. it is only 56 degrees right now. yesterday at this time we were still in the mid 80s. and not only do we have big changes in the temperature department, but we also have a big mess out on the beltway. wanted to show you some of the pictures from an earlier accident, tractor-trailer crash closed a big section of the beltway and this problem is right around the inner loop between 355 and connecticut. but there are backups all over from 267, the dulles toll road to cedar lane. i guess two lanes are open now between 355 and connecticut but you can see cleanup has been a massive undertaking. we'll have a first look at your forecast when we come right back.
president back in december. >> there's a lot going on in the world of politics tonight with donald trump making a campaign stop in dc anded cruz picking a running mate. >> it is nonstop and there is never a dull moment. i can't get enough of this race. so let's take you through some of the headlines that you may have missed. now, while many believe ted cruz can no longer secure the republican nomination, at least not on the first ballot, that didn't stop him from announcing his choice for running mate, carly fiorina. we -- we've seen her on the trail with him quite a bit
he explained that the voters need to know what they will get when voting for cruz. a cruz-fiorina ticket. now meanwhile trump hosted a speech in the may flower district to discuss foreign policy. >> my foreign policy will always put the interests of the american people and american security above all else. it has to be first. has to be. that will be the foundation of every single decision that i will make. >> donald trump and hillary clinton, they exchanged jabs last night in their remarks as the primary results came in about the so-called woman card. take a listen to this. >> i think the only card she has is the woman's card. she's got nothing else going. an
were a man, i don't think she would get 5% of the vote. the only thing she's got going is the woman's card. and the beautiful thing is women don't like her. >> well, if fighting for women's health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in! the internet responded to this exchange with the hash tag woman card. the #womancard is so over played. love to buy some paid maternity leave with my #womancard. so there you go. some people being sarcastic. handling that in different ways and responding to it if you will. i would love to talk with you about it. srnly a lot going on in the world of politics. >>
>> let's get a check of our weather right now. we are talking that it's april because it's 56 degrees out there. it's been really chilly today. >> i guess it wouldn't be such a slap in the face if it wasn't 80 degrees yesterday. the change is i guess what's so abrupt. >> you do wonder how can we have a big 30-degree swing like that? it has a lot to do with the wind direction and the ocean this time of year. so yesterday's winds out of athe south, a land direction gave us a nice warm day, 86 degrees. today that front came on south and we've got a northeast breeze and we're simpling a little bit of the atlantic ocean and we watched this coming last night. it is a real dramatic change. check out the temperatures behind me. 56 degrees right now. 53 in hagerstown,
and culpeper 61 with cumberland also at that same temperature. this is a dramatic change, anywhere from 25 to 39 degrees colder than where we were 24 hours ago. we have had no shortage of clouds today, a little bit of mist and drizzle out there. one batch of showers moving not too far from the shar lots vil area. we don't expect to see much from that but there could be a little bit of drizzle here and there. the cold front that passed us yesterday is now down to our south and it's kind of going to remain there. so there will be some weak areas of low pressure that ride along it bringing us a few more chances for some showers. i think we could see a scattered shower later tonight and we could also see one during the day tomorrow. if you are heading out to nats baseball tonight, i'm not worried about you getting wet. maybe a little bit of mist. maybe a bit of
not much change in temperatures. and by the time they wrap it up, still about 55 degrees. headlines for tomorrow, well, expect a little bit more of the same. clouds, cool temperatures, showers are going to continue in the forecast. we'll talk about the weekend and more with a full weather report coming up a bit later. back to you. >> coming up, jessica al ba's company may not be living up to its name. >> a new lawsuit against the actress claiming her honest brand has been lying about its baby food ingredients. >> plus jazz fest fight. who the city of new orleans is blaming for taking tourist revenue the city depends on for rebuilding. >> queen of the night. stevie nicks surprises the school of rock.
>> jessica alba's honest company was just hit with a lawsuit claiming its organic baby formula isn't exactly organic. >> that's a problem. the watchdog group files the suit. it claims a quarter of the ingredients in the honest brand are completely synthetic. the association wants the company to drop the organic label from the formula. the honest company has not commented on the lawsuit. >> a record number of air bnb rentals for jazz fest is sparking controversy in that city. 20,000 people will be staying there this year during the festival which is typically a time of booming business for hotels there. and for the first time ever, somehow tells and inns are actually seeing vakcys. air bnb rentals are technically illegal in n
the city is working on better laws to regulate. >> fans at the school of rock got a big surprise. singer stevie nicks showed up with a surprise cameo. take a look at this. ♪ rihannon >> she wrote and made famous with the band fleetwood mac. >> that is so cool. >> you're in the audience and look at what you get. big surprise. >> oh, yeah. so fun. >> coming up, baltimore revisited. a look back at the baltimore riots and improvements to the city one year later. >> flying under the influence. new information the faa is revealing tonight about how pilots are putting
danger. and michael phelps on rehab. the swimmer opens up about his downward spiral leading to a dui arrest and his hopes for an olympic come back. >> women who have unfaithful mates are more intelligent. the study ahead. >> and why dc is special to the new wizards head coach. we'll explain coming up.
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and we just couldn't say thno to that face.ns then we wanted more of that local flavor so betty says... oh yeah, that's betty. you're going to want to do this alligator thing. and betty didn't lead us wrong. a little later we passed some dancing. and who doesn't like dancing? especially when it's followed by fireworks everyone's nola is different. follow yours.
>> we were there the morning after the riots. now a year later here's fox 5's bob barnard. >> this is west pratt street in baltimore. the 210$2100 block. they call it the billion. young people selling drugs on the corner. not what you would call an inviting place. it wasn't much to write home about before last april. >> basically it was a cry for help. basically. >> reporter: the riot was unsettling to say the least. >> reporter: all work thg fire. >> we were here that morning one year ago. spoke to the owner of a take-out chicken restaurant next to the
pawn shop. >> i feel really about it. >> we showed you what happened to another family's business. >> this business has been krachd. >> >> they've been right here for as long as i lived around here and i've been for 12 years now. >> reporter: he's 21, a life long baltimoreian who was in west virginia last april when his city went up in
>> i never changed the channel. woke up watching it, i never change the channel. because it's my home. >> a home hassan considers neglected. >> the they have the money to fix it up. they don't want to. if they make it better like more i guess recreational centers, more give kids more things to do around here, you wouldn't see more kids. you know a lot of kids on the corner selling drugs and everything. if they just made it a better community. that's why most people do what they do. >> i've been living here 20 years baltimore. i
>> they say 93% of the business that's were damaged during the unrest have now reopened. in west baltimore, bob barnard, fox 5 local news. >> meanwhile baltimore naftive michael phelps is opening up. the most decorated athlete in olympic misstory spoke about his time in rehab. he says he was on a downward spiral before the arrest and he took it as a wake-up call to make a change. since going to rehab he regained his motivation and desire to train and compete which is why he decided
retirement for the 2016 olympics. >> do you remember where you were watching him? >> i just remember watching him. >> people into the streets outside of a bar watching it. so you really want to see him. you can't help but root for him. >> absolutely. when he went through that tough time, come on. >> it happens to a lot of people. >> we are looking forward towards basketball season believe it or not. even though it's still going on. the wizards aren't part of it. the coach here. i had a chance to talk with him today. brooks was the first choice and the new coach told me this job was a big get for a couple of reasons. >> i think it's easy and you'll hear it many times when ernie came out and met with me over a week ago, he sold the team but he didn't really have to do a lot of selling. it has a lot of the things that
we have great ownership i love spending time, i love walking around this. it's a magical place. the history here. >> just 21 hours and capitals before they take the ice. the pick drops at 8:00 tomorrow and saturday nights. today though the caps practicing and they're prepping for the series against the penns. there was some good news the last three games against the flyers with an upper body injury. he's list tetd as questionable. a lot of attention was paid to the last show
>> i have much experience so. >> it's going to be exciting. it's going to be the energy is going to be jacked right up. i thought we did a good job in key times and key situations in the last series. that stuff can't change. >> they're still wearing their 16 hats. a day after being indicted, johnny manziel free pending a court
sntd that great? sometimes you need those bright spots. >> good stuff. >> did you enjoy your birthday? >> i did. thank you for filling in for me. i'll return the favor. >> my birthday is on a saturday. >> forget it. >> coming up, intoxicated pilots, can you believe this? new dangers. how many pilots they say were caught trying to fly.
your heart but it can also boost your brain. >> how a grocery store hopes to help some of their shoppers by launching quiet hours. >> how about less crowded hours too. what a difference a day makes. back to almost fall-like weather. it has been cloudy and dreary and much cooler than yesterday. get used to these cool temperatures. they're going to stick around for quite a bit. we'll have a first look at your 7-day forecast.
idea out there that could be perfect for days like today when it's kind of chilly outside. but those spring sandals are calling your name. take a look. they're pedicure stockings. they're made by the brand name bell-maison, and they have nail polish printed on them. the the stockings are also designed to fit individual tows. how do they stay on? >> at this point they only come in one skin tone. they'll set you back about 13 bucks for a full length pair. >> they have to match up. it might look a little
guess they go around each toe. >> that's funny. >> just go get your toes done. >>. >> i have boots and tights on right now too. we get so close to putting away the fall and winter gear and oh, just kidding. that's how it was in april and here we are ending the month just a few days late. clouds and showers continue through tonight. we've got a stalled front just
and that's going to bring rounds and rounds of what will be very light and brief run but it keeps us damp enough for showers over the next few days. also for the next few days we're on the cool side. saturday looks mostly dry and those showers do return quickly on sunday. outdoor weather this kwevend, you better bet on saturday. that first half to do the yardwork or to spend hours sout side in the sunshine. showing light rain towards the front and moving into southern maryland. widely scattered showers back behind it. this is courtesy of low pressure that's even further back towards our west. that's what caused the severe weather outbreak in the central plains yesterday. there's still tornadoes watch out in northern missouri. a spin to the system sitting right over nebraska. cold enough for snow on the back side of it and severe weather potential there's been warnings around omaha and back down towards st. louis. active weather again towards our
we are just getting the clouds and showers out ahead of it. temperatures right now 56 in washington, 54 in baltimore, 55 gaithersburg, also 55 up in frederick. temperatures probably won't budge too much over the next few days. i know sue showed this off the top, but so dramatic it bears a second glance. look at this 24-hour temperature change. we knocked nearly 30 degrees off that high temperature. exceeding 30 degrees if you're in annapolis compared to where we were yesterday. so yes, it's not your imagination. back to the jackets and probably the umbrellas. fox future cast, clouds stick with us. it's mainly a dry night. you see those light showers go through pretty sparingly. by 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning count on some light rain for the commute. i know it was a difficult one earlier this morning and actually still is. but any rain will cause some headaches and it looks like that's the case for tomorrow morning. more showers are possible as we go through the afternoon and while everything is widely scattered and light we've got a
let's get a better look at the weekend high pressure builds in briefly and saturday does look dry. it will be cool around that high pressure system but the showers will at least take a break for one day. low pressure moves in by sunday and that looks to be cloudy, dreary and pretty damp. cool and sunny but 67 degrees and actually a really nice looking saturday despite the cooler temperatures. sunday clouds, showers, could be kind of one of those ones you want to spend indoors. 63 is it for the high temperature. sunset forecast for tonight again as always beautiful pictures, we love seeing
fox 5 rocks, this is our spring concert series, the third week which will be again out at farragut square park. you need the umbrella and certainly a rain jacket. temperatures in the 50s. kind of wet with the muddy crows playing at farrgut square park. shower chances linger through about tuesday. finally by wednesday some nice weather with temperatures back into the 70s. that's a look at your 7-day forecast. >> thanks very much. let's head over to tony and shawn for a look at what's next on fox 5 local news at 6:00. >> hey guys, welcome back. happy birthday. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> do you guys remember the viral video of the mother who was shooting up her kid's cell phones? she claims she was fed up withed bad behavior turns out that's not the only thing she shot up that belonged to her hi
>> it turns out drunk driving can be a comblem in the air. a jet blue pilot has been charged in federal court accused of piloting packed flights to and from jfk airport while drunk. a fox news investigation looks at faa data finding there are other pilots who have been caught flying under the influence between 2010 and 2015. the records show 64 pilots were cited for v
drug policy. faa rules prohibit pilots from consumer alcohol for eight hours before a flight. pilots also undergo regular drug and alcohol screenings, although these reports are shocking, officials say the number of positive tests is actually low considering the number of tests that are performed each year. >> i have actually heard from some flight attendants who say it is a little bit of a party on the road. the manager came up with the idea after watching a customer with autism struggle to cope with the busy store's loud sounds. >> that can be so important because sensory can be such a big thing for them. >>
to doing that. >> being cheated on can be heart breaking and devastating, but a new study suggests it has its benefits. researchers say women who are cheated on actually win in the long run. while the other woman loses out. and here's why. women shor cheated on come away from the experience with what researchers are calling higher mating intelligence. that means that they can better detect cues from men that indicate they are deceptive or just not compatible. meanwhile if the other woman stays, she's left with a partner who has a demonstrated history of cheating. >> that's an interesting way to look at it. okay. >> you learn from your experience. >> exactly. >> a t-shirt has sparked a debate about father hood. it reads dads don't baby sit. it's called parenting. the shirt was created by the national at home dad network. there is such a thing. some have applauded this shirt saying dads
labeled as baby sitters. critics say it is just political correctness. >> i do think it is a built bit of political correctness. >> the shirt by the way is available for sale on t spring and proceeds will go towards the national at of h home network school fund which helps low income followers. >> if your baby daddy is a little bit of a dead beat, there you go. >> sometimes you have to say i need you to baby sit. some fifth graders are putting their best foot forward. >> going to show you their moves next.
>> is that not the cutest right there? these are fifth graders showing off their moves. and look at them, little ladies and gentlemen. the students have been taking ballroom classes for the last ten weeks and today they got a chance to put their knowledge to work. >> it turns out these students weren't just learning how to dance. they also were learning important lessons in life. organizers say ballroom dancing teaches students to be confident, elegant and have higher
i totally believe that. they work together on these dance moves and i can see that. >> i think seeing there too also respect working together and it's just it's more than just dancing. there's much more to it. >> that's great that they're teaching that. i love that. >> i wish they had done that when i was in school. >> i know. >> thanks for joining us tonight at 5:00. >> fox 5 local news at 6:00 starts right now. >> i can't breathe. >> stay low to the floor, close the door, okay? >> right now at 6:00, an emotional reunion for two children who were trapped inside a burning home. today they met the 911 operator who helped save their lives. plus a bold thief who did more than just case the place. he took the entire cash
from a dc restaurant. >> a mother took drastic measures. >> i'm shawn yancy. >> and i'm tony perkins. one person is dead and another is rushed to the hospital after police say they were stabbed outside a takoma park apartment complex. matt ackland joins us now from the scene. matt? >> reporter: hi, tony. this investigation has been under way for about four hours now. i'm going to step out of the way so you can take a look at takoma park police there. at the lobby of the apartment complex. it's called the cambridge. we are told that this all took place right around 2:00 today. i want to take you to some video and tell you what we've learned from investigate torso far. they responded here this afternoon after getting a call. they found a man downstairs near an elevator. apparently he had been stabbed. upstairs at an apartment they found a woman who was pronounced dead. we're told no
entry here at the apartment complex. the chief says there appears to be some kind of connection between the two stabbing victims, although he would not elaborate. he says it does not appear to be a random act of violence and the people who live in this area should not be concerned about their safety. take a listen to the chief. >> the investigation reviled there was another victim in an apartment suffering from a tram particular injury. dr traumatic injury. >> in case you missed the 5:00 tonight, there was a car here that was towed away right around the 5 clock hour. we're not sure exactly how that was connected to the investigation but it appears that it was taken in for evidence review. so just to